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Lamb will continue to be the preferred household, for 47% of households, but with a reduction of 13%. Seafood will suffer a 15% drop in its consumption compared to the previous year 2019, being the second preferred main dish for this year for 45%. Beef, chicken and salmon will remain with reductions of 4%.
According to a query made to consumers by AINIA Consumer Influencers, on December 21, 2020, consumers will buy 12% less food products than they usually buy for Christmas dinners and meals compared to previous years
The majority of consumers, 60%, tend to prepare the same recipes, while 40% tend to innovate. This percentage is maintained this year. Likewise, 98% will continue to cook Christmas dishes at home.
Drink consumption will also be reduced. Red wines will continue to be the most consumed, it will be in 63% of households, but with a reduction in consumption of 14%. White wines will see a 12% drop, being present in 58% of the surveyed households.
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